Win VIP Passes! - Liquid V @ Cable 15th Feb

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Hey Guys,

Dnbforum has teamed up with Planet V & Cable, London to offer the following prize:

1 x Pair of VIP tickets to Planet V on Friday 15th February 2013 @ Cable nightclub, London. (Prize includes free fast-track entry, free cloakroom, 4 drinks tokens per ticket, access to Cable's VIP attic)

1 x Cable 'Amen' Loop T-Shirt

To win these 2 prizes, simply answer this easiest of all easy questions:

In what year did the label 'V Recordings' start?
A) 1999
B) 2012
C) 1993

Please send your answer to: - Including your full name, postal address, telephone number, preferred T-shirt size and the name of your friend who you wish to bring, no later than 14th February!

The lucky winner will be contacted directly via E-mail. All entrants must be over the age of 18.

Good luck!

About the night....

Cable & Planet V present Liquid V

Friday 15th February 2013 / Cable, London / 22.00-06.00

Main Room: Peshay, Total Science, Utah Jazz, Eveson, Riya, Mr Joseph, dRamatic + dbAudio, Jordan V

Hosted By: Darrison, MC Fats, Keye, Deefa

Room 2: Tendai (Funk set), Chris intaface (House set), Killer Kuttz (Electro House set)

Having started at the heart of acid house, back in 93, Planet V has long since hosted parties that get their first. After Bryan Gee and Jumping Jack Frost brought the V brand to life, it began by founding careers for the likes of Lemon D, Dillinja and Roni Size, keeping itself firmly locked onto the emerging scenes that bred their way through Bristol and London.
Now, in 2013, and with a portfolio of bookings that span the biggest and best in dance music, they return to Cable, this time bringing their Liquid V sub-label to the decks. Having become a staple to London drum and bass culture, Liquid V brings the best in established artists and producers to set things off.

This time around, liquid legend, Luke Wilson aka Utah Jazz, will be down at Cable to get things going, while Oxford-DJ-duo Total Science will be taking things deep into the evening. And to headline, the truly meteoric, Peshay, comes out to play.
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